The very first long-playing record ever recorded by the Modern Jazz Quartet, Concorde () provides a vehicle for stunningly refined playing by legendary vibraphonist Milt Jackson, pianist John Lewis, bassist Percy Heath, and drummer Connie Kay in his maiden voyage behind the kit with the MJQ/5(6).
The Modern Jazz Quartet, Quartetto Di Milano, The Hungarian Gypsy Quartet - A Quartet Is A Quartet Is A Quartet (Atlantic LP ) Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Connie Kay, drums.: same personnel.
The Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ) was a jazz combo established in that played music influenced by classical, cool jazz, blues and nidatedehata.affrogesonmagbucumtakevesula.infoinfo most of its history the Quartet consisted of John Lewis (piano), Milt Jackson (vibraphone), Percy Heath (double bass), and Connie Kay (drums). The group grew out of the rhythm section of Dizzy Gillespie's big band from to , which consisted of.
MODERN JAZZ QUARTET Modern Jazz Quartet ( UK track double LP documenting the recordings MJQ made for Prestige with Kenny Clarke on drums, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows a little external shelfwear and a few light scuffs but the vinyl remains near 'as new' with few signs of play PR) Tracklisting: 1. Concorde 2.
This is an original copy of the excellent S/T LP by THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET on Atlantic Records (, Mono, black and silver labels) from A fantastic jazz record from this legendary nidatedehata.affrogesonmagbucumtakevesula.infoinfo vinyl is in VG- condition with lots of light marks and wear and some audible surface noise (light crackle); not for the most demanding audiophiles, but an enjoyable copy without skips or other Seller Rating: % positive.
This magnificent quartet and virtuoso guitarist blend seamlessly through Samba, fugue, straight ahead jazz, and other examples of the best of both. With the MJQ tragically decimated, this CD is like a gift from the past, with the excitement and discovery of a new album for those who have come upon their interest in jazz in the post-LP era, or /5(41).